Miles of golden sands stretch from the park to nearby Bridlington. From here you can enjoy all the usual seaside delights as well as the bustling harbour and brilliant shopping.
The kids will love the outdoor fun pool with waterslide and the adventure playground, while you sit back and relax. In the evening, head to the Sands Tavern for great family entertainment on Bank Holidays and peak weeks. A more relaxing programme is available at other times.
Heated outdoor fun pool with waterslide
Water Resorts Programme
Amusements, Pool tables and Darts
Soft play area for under 5's
Sparky’s Krew for 5-11 year olds
Sports Resorts Programme
Sands Tavern with Entertainment
Whatever your interest, from fishing to mountain biking or golf to history, Barmston Beach is the ideal base to enjoy any activity you fancy, at your leisure.
There are also:
North Bay Railway
Scarborough Pleasure Steamers
Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary
Sports and Water Resorts Programme, Amusements, Adventure Playground, Children's Club, Paddling Pool.
Based on 5 review(s)
Derbyshire 19 Jun 2019
Don't go here!
Overpriced totally inedible food!
Bar is always a pigsty!
Very expensive shop!
Beach is not 4-5 mins from any caravan!
Unless you jump off the cliff!
england 29 Aug 2010
Poor at best. Basically, u get what u pay for. Old decor, and generally dirty. Club toilets were a disgrace. Evening entertainment was poor beyond belief, and u can hear it in your caravan until at least midnight. Avoid.
nottinghamshire 10 Jul 2010
Shocking - Barmston Beach is a very odd place. We were told it was a 'family' park! Kids entertainment was non-existent, the few locals that frequented the awful bar area didn't take to holidaymakers. Most of the vans are owned by local divorcee's by our reckoning-most are over retirement age, most have annoying dogs and most didn't like children.
The park is disappearing into the sea and perhaps not soon enough! We felt like leppers and our kids bored. Park deceived us - as per the previous post - its all SELL SELL SELL..and the prices of the vans! Buy a boat instead, you might need it. A member of staff told us Skipsea is a far better site.
County Durham 25 Jun 2010
Upon arrival we were told we had been given a complimentary upgrade but later discovered that this was because we had paid more than double for a extra room. When we entered the caravan first appearances were good, it was a nice caravan but the standard of cleanliness left a lot to be desired so my 1st afternoon on holiday was spent cleaning! The following day we decided to have a bar meal as the prices were average and the menu looked good but we waited almost an hour for the food to arrive (despite the fact that the bar was completely empty!) and it was a small portion of what looked to have been left a while then microwaved food. When I queried the portion size I was told they had recently reduced the portions to avoid waste!!! We all left hungry and couldn't find any where else to eat for miles.
Some of the staff were friendly but most looked like they were waiting for their shift to end.
The pool and the adventure play area are about the only good aspects of this park and we will definately NOT be returning.
sunderland 04 Jun 2009
Barmston beach is a lovely place for a visit, But not to buy a caravan home. the site is only interested in you once you buy a van and the price of the van will depreciate so quickly. the sales staff change so much and will tell you all sorts. The entertainment is terrible and better to visit the town .the cliffs are disappearing into the sea and caravans are being moved all the time further back.
Barmston Beach Holiday Park